A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has held that the State Board of Contract Appeals was correct to throw out a group’s challenge of the city casino license awarded last summer to a group led by Caesars Entertainment Corp.Read More »
With the slots tax at a future Baltimore casino set to be cut and legalization of table games soon to be decided by Maryland voters, two groups want a crack at the already-awarded city casino license.Read More »
Baltimore City Entertainment Group, the casino company led by Canadian homebuilder Michael Moldenhauer will not make a second bid for the Baltimore city casino license, the company announced Thursday. But, state officials hope there is more interest when the window ...Read More »
Baltimore City Entertainment Group asked a federal court Tuesday to intervene in its long-running legal battle to derail the state’s second attempt at finding a developer to build a slots parlor in Baltimore. BCEG’s suit, filed in the U.S. District ...Read More »
The developer pursuing the Baltimore city slots license through a series of court and administrative challenges filed another appeal Wednesday, sending the case to the state Court of Special Appeals. “When all of this litigation is over, we’re going to ...
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The state of Maryland urged a Baltimore judge on Wednesday to deny a challenge by a would-be casino developer seeking to secure the lone city gaming license. Baltimore City Entertainment Group “was a terrible, terrible applicant,” said Daniel A. Friedman, ...Read More »
The Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals on Wednesday denied an appeal from a Canadian homebuilder whose bid for a slots casino in downtown Baltimore was rejected last December. The decision opens the door for the state to rebid the ...Read More »